September 1961
Labor Law Journal;Sep61, Vol. 12 Issue 9, p804
Academic Journal
The number of major employment centers officially classified as areas of substantial unemployment declined from 88 to 85 in August, according to the U.S. Labor Department's Bureau of Employment Security announced recently. The all time high of 101 major substantial unemployment areas was recorded in March and April. The Bureau's August classification, based on surveys of local employment conditions in 150 major job centers, reports that San Jose, California, Wichita, Kansas, and Milwaukee, Wisconsin were removed from the substantial unemployment group.


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